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Knowing your roots A book launching was held Sunday at the Aspray Boathouse for Janet Hudon Hartman's latest book, Colonel Ephraim Bowen: A Pawtuxet Hero. The event was busy with Hartman autographing her book and stories being traded over village more
On July 20, the Carolyn Dutra Dancers performed in front of a good-sized crowd at the Gazebo in Garden City Center. For more than 4 decades, the Carolyn Dutra Dance Studios have been teaching dance for boys and girls 18 months to adult. Miss Carolyn, as more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Olivia Volpe, who is a senior at Cranston West and had never competed in a pageant before, decided roughly a month ago to enter the Miss Teen Rhode Island 2019 competition held this past weekend, and after unexpectedly taking the more
By HERB WEISS ks an important demographic turning point in U.S. history according to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2017 National Population Projections, released last month. By 2030, older people are projected to outnumber children. In the next twenty years, more
To the Editor: Rear Admiral Dr. Ron Jackson was an outstanding nomination for Director of the Veterans Administration. Predictably, he was attacked from all directions as part of an ongoing effort to disrupt the Trump administration. Without a skip, more
Reed S. Hamilton, 62, passed away on February 24, 2018 in Tucson, AZ. He was the son of the late Blanche (Paul) Lineham and Oskar Hamilton. Raised in Warwick, he lived in Massachusetts and … more
By JOHN HOWELL Friday was the kind of day commencement planners, graduates and their families pray for: ideal weather. And surely, there had to be some prayers. But there were prayers, too, during Hendricken High School graduation ceremonies where 209 more
Even on the hottest day Sunday's temperatures may have slowed down Matt Tremblay, but it didn't stop him from making sure that all 20 of the hanging potted flowers that beautify Conimicut Village were watered. In fact, on those especially hot days he more
The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources has announced a new set of initiatives to encourage solar development on brownfields, rooftops and carports. Making renewable energy more affordable and accessible has been a top priority of this" more
In early March, the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging again put the spotlight on common fraud schemes directed at America’s seniors at a panel hearing, “Stopping Senior Scams.” … more
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